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Heavy Chef names SA’s Top 5 Most Exciting Startups for 2021
SMEs are the lifeblood of South Africa’s economy and also the most at risk. This sector represents more than 98% of businesses, employs between 50 to 60% of the country’s workforce across all industries, and is responsible for a quarter …
First of it’s kind payment solution soon to be launched
South Africa’s leading payment solution provider, Pay@, has announced its partnership with FCB.ai, a global technology company specialising in conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions. Together, they are developing a first-of-its-kind payment solution for the South African market that will launch …
FCB.ai – from the heart of South Africa, now making waves globally
Antoine Paillusseau, CEO and Co-Founder of FCB.ai describes their company as being a global technology company, specialising in conversational AI solutions. They automate customer experiences for financial services through performance-driven digital solutions. Your performance is their incentive.
Interview with Antoine Paillusseau: CEO of FCB.ai
Great things always come out of Africa and FCB.ai is another splendid example of this. Founded by French entrepreneurs Antoine Paillusseau and Romain Diaz, in South Africa, FCB.ai is an AI-driven FinTech marvel that automates customer experiences for financial services …
FCB.ai Partners with Pancentric’s Go-Insur Platform
A new partnership between Go-Insur and conversational AI experts FCB.ai promises powerful new distribution and e-trading opportunities for new and established insurance players.
The NCCF joins forces with FCB.ai and Ozow to launch a donation solution
The Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation (NCCF) recently teamed up with FCB.ai and Ozow to develop a first-of-its-kind, end-to-end conversational-AI donation solution that allows benefactors to donate to the foundation in just a few seconds from their desktop or mobile phone. …
Kalon Venture Partners, Compass Capital invested $500k in FCB.ai
SA venture capital firm Kalon Venture Partners and Mauritius-based VC Compass Capital today revealed that the investment that the two made last week in SA financial services chatbot providers FCB.ai — was $500 000 (over R7 million).
Africa’s top 10 tech startups of 2019
Here are 10 tech startups (in no particular order) that are already making waves in Africa and beyond.
SA’s FCB.ai selected for New York accelerator
Local fintech start-up FCB.ai is one of seven start-ups selected to participate in the eighth edition of New York-based accelerator programme, INV Fintech.
INV Fintech’s pivot to bank enablement evident in new accelerator class
The new cohort includes seven startups that are seeking to partner with financial institutions by focusing on addressing evolving problems in the fintech space and enabling established players to further their innovation capabilities.